Modeling the Environment for the Virtual Teacher — Student — Parent Interaction

Author’s name:
Galina V. Sorokovykh, Svetlana G. Staritsyna, Indira R. Abdulmyanova – Moscow City University, Moscow, Russia


The article highlights issues related to low levels of utilizing modern information technologies in educational organizations and seeks to provide information and methodological support for a more successful interaction between a teacher, a student, and their parent(s). The article presents theoretical and practical experience of teachers’ methodological training for interacting with students and their parents in a virtual educational environment. It defines the purposes, objectives, principles, strategies, and technologies for designing an optimal environment for virtual interaction and describes its role in the field of information and education. Based on practical experience of methodological training of foreign language teachers, the authors develop and theoretically substantiate a model for creating an educational environment for virtual student — parent — teacher interaction. They not only offer effective technologies and forms of interaction tested with typical students, but also outline innovative forms of teachers’ communication with students with disabilities and their parents. The authors have developed and implemented a model of online interaction between a teacher and students’ parents for the purpose of socialization, education, and development of schoolchildren; they have also tested various forms of engaging in teacher — student — parent dialogue. The article describes potential objectives, topics, and algorithms for the teacher’s communication with various community representatives in a virtual environment that were developed within the framework of elective courses and M.A. programs of the Institute of Foreign Languages. Finally, they dis-cuss actual and potential results of online-based educational activities and students’ achievements that include personal pedagogical blogs, a model for designing parents’ online forum, instructions for effective written and oral online communication (including communication in a foreign language), ways of providing feedback through automated tests and tasks, as well as guidelines for writing assessment comments and evaluating students’ progress.

DOI: 10.47388/2072-3490/lunn2022-59-3-128-141
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Key words environment design, virtual interaction, teacher’s virtual communication

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